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#1 2019-04-24 15:55:04

hannah
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2019-04-24
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A new theme for login/register/forgot your password pages.

Hello everyone,

I have been working on a general theme for the login, register and forgot your password pages. So the idea is to have a unique template for these pages independent from any theme (no part of your theme will be visible on these pages). The template has a set width and is centered to the page (this also allows it to be responsive).

Let me know what you think of these mockups.

Last edited by hannah (2019-04-24 16:00:43)

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#2 2019-04-24 18:06:45

flop25
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2006-07-06
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Re: A new theme for login/register/forgot your password pages.

Hello
that's nice ; nothing to add about the design
To be sure to completely understand: identification.tpl register.tpl will still be there? This just add a new admin template "safe_login" right?
should we forbid plugins too on that page?


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#3 2019-04-24 20:54:22

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Re: A new theme for login/register/forgot your password pages.

gorgeous, and I'm partial to dark themes for photo galleries

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#4 2019-04-25 11:27:00

plg
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Re: A new theme for login/register/forgot your password pages.

flop25 wrote:

To be sure to completely understand: identification.tpl register.tpl will still be there? This just add a new admin template "safe_login" right?

{identification, register, password} template files will still be there.

If I take themes installed on Piwigo.com, several are overriding identification.tpl:

bootstrap_darkroom/template/identification.tpl
bootstrapdefault/template/identification.tpl
simpleng/template/identification.tpl
simple/template/identification.tpl
smartpocket/template/identification.tpl
stripped_responsive/template/identification.tpl
stripped/template/identification.tpl

(quite the same list for register.tpl and password.tpl)

I would like to keep the ability for a theme to override these new default templates. I would also like to strongly encourage theme creators to use the new default templates. For now I see 2 solutions:

1) asking theme creators to remove their {identification, register, password} templates

2) using the default {identification, register, password} templates unless they set a $themeconf['use_default_identification_template'] = false in their themeconf.inc.php file.

flop25 wrote:

should we forbid plugins too on that page?

No, but they may need to be adapted, depending on what they do :-)

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#5 2019-04-25 12:15:02

flop25
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Re: A new theme for login/register/forgot your password pages.

Hmm I thought it was a safe login where at least themes can't mess up the html and css?


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